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2002 Miller Lite 250

The 2002 Miller Lite 250 was the fourth round of the 2002 CART FedEx Champ Car World Series season, held on June 2, 2002 at the Milwaukee Mile oval in West Allis, Wisconsin.

Qualifying results

Pos Nat Name Team Time
1 Mexico Adrian Fernández Fernández Racing 22.176
2 Canada Paul Tracy Team KOOL Green 22.205
3 Canada Patrick Carpentier Team Player's 22.324
4 New Zealand Scott Dixon Target Chip Ganassi Racing 22.357
5 Brazil Bruno Junqueira Target Chip Ganassi Racing 22.376
6 Japan Shinji Nakano Fernández Racing 22.383
7 Brazil Cristiano da Matta Newman/Haas Racing 22.394
8 Brazil Tony Kanaan Mo Nunn Racing 22.398
9 United Kingdom Dario Franchitti Team KOOL Green 22.448
10 Japan Tora Takagi Walker Racing 22.486
11 Canada Alex Tagliani Team Player's 22.511
12 United States Jimmy Vasser Team Rahal 22.542
13 United States Michael Andretti Team Motorola 22.559
14 Sweden Kenny Bräck Target Chip Ganassi Racing 22.595
15 Brazil Christian Fittipaldi Newman/Haas Racing 22.640
16 Mexico Mario Domínguez Herdez Competition 22.653
17 Italy Max Papis Sigma Autosport 22.789
18 Mexico Michel Jourdain, Jr. Team Rahal 22.916
19 United States Townsend Bell Patrick Racing 22.927

Race

Pos No Driver Team Laps Time/Retired Grid Points
1 26 Canada Paul Tracy Team KOOL Green 250 1:59:27.602 2 21
2 51 Mexico Adrian Fernández Fernández Racing 250 +0.638 secs 1 17
3 22 Italy Max Papis Sigma Autosport 250 +1.719 secs 17 14
4 11 Brazil Christian Fittipaldi Newman/Haas Racing 250 +8.360 secs 15 12
5 9 Mexico Michel Jourdain, Jr. Team Rahal 250 +18.016 secs 18 10
6 44 New Zealand Scott Dixon Target Chip Ganassi Racing 250 +18.228 secs 4 8
7 39 United States Michael Andretti Team Motorola 250 +22.030 secs 13 6
8 12 Sweden Kenny Bräck Target Chip Ganassi Racing 250 +22.192 secs 14 5
9 8 United States Jimmy Vasser Team Rahal 249 + 1 Lap 12 4
10 4 Brazil Bruno Junqueira Target Chip Ganassi Racing 249 + 1 Lap 5 3
11 6 Brazil Cristiano da Matta Newman/Haas Racing 244 + 6 Laps 7 2
12 27 United Kingdom Dario Franchitti Team KOOL Green 188 Contact 9 1
13 20 United States Townsend Bell Patrick Racing 131 Contact 19 0
14 5 Japan Tora Takagi Walker Racing 110 Contact 10 0
15 32 Canada Patrick Carpentier Team Player's 100 Electrical 3 0
16 10 Brazil Tony Kanaan Mo Nunn Racing 92 Engine 8 0
17 16 Mexico Mario Domínguez Herdez Competition 74 Fuel system 16 0
18 52 Japan Shinji Nakano Fernández Racing 43 Brakes 6 0
19 33 Canada Alex Tagliani Team Player's 39 Electrical 11 0

Caution flags

Laps Cause
61-69 Domínguez (16) contact
109-114 Takagi (5) contact
115-119 Andretti (39) spin
181-187 Dixon (44) off line
189-199 Franchitti (27) contact

Notes

Laps Leader
1-113 Paul Tracy
114-116 Christian Fittipaldi
117-120 Bruno Junqueira
121-179 Kenny Bräck
180-250 Paul Tracy
 
Driver Laps led
Paul Tracy 184
Kenny Bräck 59
Bruno Junqueira 4
Christian Fittipaldi 3
  • Average Speed 129.583 mph

External links

  • Qualifying Results
  • Race Results
  • Weather Information
Previous race:
2002 Bridgestone Potenza 500
CART Indycar World Series
2002 season
Next race:
2002 Bridgestone Grand Prix of Monterey

Previous race:
2001 Miller Lite 225
2002 Miller Lite 250 Next race:
2003 Milwaukee Mile Centennial 250
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